I hate that thumbnail with passion. Is clickbait a vital necessity for Lindy now? And if she's so worried that the other kid was smiling at Isaac's crying, then why doesn't she think about all the crying Isaac will do when these videos make him a great target for actual bullying in school or even pre-school(depending on when kids(or their parents) find these videos). I feel that when Isaac learns to use the Internet, he is going to be a frequent poster on "Raised by narcissists" or similar place
Seeing Sophie's photoshoot(with Disney princess dresses) made me suddenly realize how much better Dakota is at modelling. How was Sophie even cast? Were there no other applicants? Or were the other applicants just not interent-famous enough(which unfortunately happens to high fashion models when it comes to photoshoots)?
That's also what I don't get about her complaining - the alternative(non-free classes, or personal tutor, or her husband who is a native speaker) is readily available if she really wanted to learn. She just seems to be trying to find excuses for not being interested in learning the language. And she can't outright say she's not interested because then her wish for easy Koreaboo-induced views won't work out.
Taylor is actually far far far from a sell-out - after all her time on youtube she has only had like 3 sponsoships, never lied about using something she doesn't really use, never took on any magical diet/skincare/cosmetics sponsoships, never did any lear-language-with-this-sponsored-app like most jvloggers (including Venus who isn't even a jvlogger). And if you noticed, she never said "OMG you guys I love this game, go buy it", she didn't even say she liked it, she just said that people who are into j-fashion might like the game.
There's definitely nothing wrong if her parents support her, she just never says that. The whole discussion started because of that screenshot of her answer where she says that she lives in Japan from her savings of 3 years and only part-time tutoring.
Exactly. Savings can help when moving to a different country but to support her living without a job it can't be only savings - unless she was working as a prolific programmer for those 3 years
Well, she answered the question but she never mentions if she got any one-time support from parents/grandparents for the trip, or if her boyfriend helps her with housing costs etc. Those things play a huge role when it comes to living in a foreign country with no actual job.
That's what Japanese permanent straightening does to your hair after several appointments(not just Japanese straightening, all kinds of straightening do this, even just flat ironing several times a week) if your hair is not very thick naturally. Even average thick hair gets much flatter and thinner after several permanent straightenings or after constant use of flat iron. And Dakota had thin hair to start with, no wonder it looks super thin now.
I agree but here is the thing - they aren't exactly much working or known voice actresses, most of them have less than 6 voice acting roles in anime (including Love Live, and their other roles are generally being High school girl in episode x or Someone's friend in episode x), Aina is the only one with more voice acting roles and even most of those aren't prominent ones. Aqours is their biggest achievement, it's their claim to fame, they are most known for it only, they have fans for it only, because they haven't established themselves as voice actresses before it, and since Aqours is an idol group, they are treated as idols. Idolmaster voice actresses were all more well established as voice actresses when they took on the roles, and they actually haven't promoted as a live idol group as much as Aqours have.